Companion Animals

Species include dogs, cats, horses and pet birds.
The test ranges focuses on health screens where haematology, chemistry, microbiology, parasitology and histology are important. Samples tested include blood, skin and other biopsies, urine and faecal samples.
Specialist examination on body fluids and fine needle aspirates (FNA) for infectious and neoplastic diseases.
Neoplasia (cancer) is of increased importance in companion animals and timeous diagnosis of tumours may improve life expectancy and quality of life for many of these animals.